If you're a leader, you know writing a book can bring incredible attention to your cause, company, or charity. It generates awareness, encourages action, and contributes to the cultural conversation. It helps you get more speaking engagements, so you can speak to an even bigger audience. It lets you serve the world in a new way. And, of course, it can boost your finances.

But many leaders—smart, informed, and eloquent people—get blocked the moment they try to write their book. The words don't flow. The ideas come out muddled. It takes too much time and feels too overwhelming.

It's no surprise, really.

You're brilliant at what you do. It's just that what you do isn't writing. At least, not writing in this format. You’re constantly writing reports and newsletters, marketing documents, social media updates, and other people’s stories.

But writing a book? That feels different.

You need someone to talk to, who can take your thoughts and see deep into the gems inside. You need a professional to make sense of everything you think and feel and know, and help you convey it so readers are moved to take action and transform the world.

Liz Green, book coach from Green Goose Ghostwriting

That’s why I’m here.

I’m Liz, the book coach behind Green Goose Writing. I help leaders who feel drawn to share a message close to their heart but are stuck trying to get it on the page. They’re afraid of screwing up this opportunity and ruining their reputation—or that of their organization.

I help them finally write their book, know that it’s good, and use it to make the world a better place.

I have a Post Graduate Degree in Journalism and more than a decade of professional writing experience, including 14 books, hundreds of blogs, thousands of marketing pieces, and millions of words.

I work one-on-one with private clients. I’m also a writing coach for the esteemed Make It Work Online business coaching program and a writing instructor at College of the Rockies.

I qualified under the National Council for the Training of Journalists, and am a member of the Association of Ghostwriters and the Non-Fiction Authors Association.

Let's get your book into the world.


Liz Green, accredited with the NCTJ Post Graduate Degree in Newspaper Journalism
Liz Green, member of the Association of Ghostwriters
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Liz Green interviewed by USA Weekly

What others are saying

About Liz Green, book coach at Green Goose Ghostwriting.
I was hesitant to commit to a project with a long timeline, but working together on the book actually helped me find better alignment and structure in my teaching.

I loved the brain dump sessions and collaboration. It helped me work through questions and consider how a reader would interpret the information.

My book became an Amazon bestseller. It’s given me more speaking opportunities, and lots of media attention and interview requests.
— Henry
Working with Liz is a dream. Her writing is great—very clean and professional. However, what surprised me is how insightful she can be.
— Tara
Liz is talented and skilled, with an evident passion and true ability to communicate messages effectively. Never short on creative ideas, she is a real asset.
— Mel
I am absolutely thrilled with my book. It brings a tear to my eye when I read it. It always gets positive comments.
— Karin
I am absolutely thrilled with our work. Admittedly, I was a bit nervous at the beginning, but I was struck by Liz’s attention to detail, professionalism, and knowledge.

As a result of Liz’s help, we are seeing tremendous uptake and reach in website visits and social media reach.
— Meg
Liz’s hard work did not go unnoticed. I owe her a heartfelt thanks.
— Michael
About Liz Green, book coach at Green Goose Ghostwriting.
The hardest thing when writing is to keep your reader interested. With Liz’s editing and suggestions, I was able to write in an entertaining way without compromising on the stories I wanted to tell.

She was a great support and just what I needed.
— James